Office of the Local Children's Board
 

New!  The Office of the Local Children’s Board in the Department of Community Resources and Services is seeking proposals from eligible entities to provide psychiatric rehabilitation services (PRP) for Building Youth Resiliency clients who qualify for the service. The submission deadline is 4:00 pm on Friday, December 21, 2018. Any questions regarding the RFP and your proposal can be submitted to Kim Eisenreich at kaeisenreich@howardcountymd.gov or at 410-313-1461 any time before December 15th.

RFP

Budget Document

 

New! Hogan Administration Announces Nearly $20 Million in Grants to Local Management Boards

Grants From Children’s Cabinet Fund Will Provide Economic Opportunities for Maryland’s Struggling Children, Youth, Families
On July 5, 2018, the Hogan administration announced $19.6 million in statewide grant awards to Maryland’s Local Management Boards. Located in all 23 counties and Baltimore City, the Local Management Boards (LMBs) -- including Howard County's Office of the Local Children's Board -- bring together resources at the local level to strengthen services to children, youth, and families. These non-competitive grants will fund more than 120 child- and family-focused community-based programs in Fiscal Year 2019. “Our administration is committed to ensuring Maryland’s families in need are better equipped to achieve economic stability and have access to greater opportunities,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “These grants enable our network of Local Management Boards to assist thousands of families by providing life-changing resources including anti-hunger initiatives, job readiness programs, and parenting workshops.” 

Howard County Local Children's Board

The Howard County Local Children's Board is comprised of public and private members working collaboratively to ensure a strong continuum of services for families and children in our community. Also known as the Local Management Board, there is a functioning board in all 24 jurisdictions in Maryland. We work in partnership with the Governor's Office for Children to ensure children grow up healthy, secure and successful.

Recently, The Board has identified priorities and designed strategies to help ensure Howard County is a place where all children thrive. Based on data gathered, the following child well-being results have been chosen for Howard County:

  • Children Safe in Their Homes and Communities
  • Children Successful in School
 
 
 

The Board provides funding, planning, program development and implementation, and technical assistance to programs and services working to improve outcomes for Howard County's children.  The Board is supporting many initiatives including:  

    Youth Homelessness - Youth Count
    Summer Food Access - Roving Radish
    Equity - Equity Report
    Child Mental Health - Building Youth Resiliency
    Career Readiness - CHOICE Program
    Weekend Warrior Snack Packs
    Healthy Families
    Local Care Team